Our values are Faith, Generosity, Compassion, Vulnerability, Perseverance, Practicality, Adaptability
Sunday worship is held every Sunday at 10:30am. We look forward to meeting you.
Southern Cross Community church is located at the Eltham Senior Citizens Hall, Library Place, Eltham. You can find us in the Melways Map 21, J5 or on a Google map.
Find out what’s going on at Southern Cross Community.
Ways to get connected at Southern
Services times and more about what happens during church at Southern. Please feel free to come along and bring the family. Find out more
Youth small group, called SOIL, meets weekly at a house in Eltham North on Sunday prevening from 5pm – 6:30pm. Find out more
A supervised kids program runs each Sunday during the worship service. Kids learn more about God and faith as a Christian through fun activities.
‘Small Groups’ run during the week and meet in homes around the Eltham area. They are a great place for fellowship with other Christians.
We support local communities
LiveWell employs an evidence-based approach to psychological treatment, research, education, and care.
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Only Just is a not for profit organisation which seeks to help communities rise out of poverty. Visit the shop anytime! Find out more
More info regarding the Little Angles shop coming soon. Please feel free to drop into Little Angels anytime!Find out more
Hope Springs is a support program devoted to the care of the whole person. It provides community-based pastoral care.We promote mental health, spiritual care, healing, social belonging, mutual support and self-help, creativity and enjoyment through hospitality and acceptance of people as they are; that is, on their road to recovery. Find out more
Coffee Shop is a yearly mission run down at Port Fairy, originally part of Youth Dimension, the program has been running for many years. Find out more
The Pancake ministry is a new friday night street evangelism activity that is run out front of Little Angels shop on a weekly bass is.Find out more
Southern runs a number of international mission type projects. Stay tuned for updates in this area coming soon! Find out more
Southern Cross Community Church welcomes all people. Meet some of the leaders and key volunteers.
Most of my time at Southern Cross Community Church is spent creating space for people to mature and flourish in their relationships with God, others and themselves. I enjoy reflecting on theological and psychological perspectives that support individual health and wellbeing and also seek to integrate these into our community life. I have completed doctoral studies in theology and postgraduate studies in psychology in order to provide a robust underpinning to my ministry roles. The Bible gives us access to the teachings and life of Jesus who perfectly modelled healthy perspectives in every area of his life. Therefore, I feel communicating the Bible accurately in relational and relaxed ways makes these important issues accessible to everyone. I am married and have two wonderful children. I enjoy bike racing, particularly criteriums, and leading treks in Nepal in support of people affected by leprosy.
I pastorally care for our youth and young adults with a particular focus on our youth and young adults ministry leaders, who in turn care for others. I also focus on weekly teaching and preaching with our youth. I’m passionate about teaching the bible with an emphasis on how it was relevant to the original hearers and then applying it in such a way that shows how it’s relevant for our lives today. I often tend to find myself coming back to two key themes: Power and Suffering, which both come into sharp focus in the death and resurrection of Jesus. I have an engineering background and have completed postgraduate level studies in Theology (MDiv). I’m married with two beautiful kids. I enjoy running, and watching comedy and sci-fi – Seinfeld, Big Bang Theory, Star Trek.
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